#SWfootball shorts 31.01.19

Donovan Wilson on loan to Exeter City from Wolves, picture courtesy & copyright Exeter City Yate-born forward Donovan Wilson (pictured) has signed for Exeter City on loan until the end of the season from Premiership Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wilson, 21, joined Wolves from Bristol Rovers in January 2015 after an impressive loan spell. He scored six goals in 16 appearances for Spanish third tier side FC Jumilla earlier this season.

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REGIONAL FOOTBALL Town ace Khan joins Mansfield

Yeovil Town Football Club crest Yeovil Town winger Otis Khan has joined Mansfield for an undisclosed fee.
The 22-year-old former Manchester United youngster made 87 appearances for Yeovil, scoring 18 goals, after joining the Somerset club from Sheffield United in summer 2016.

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REGIONAL FOOTBALL Bristolian joins Yeovil from Jags

Yeovil Town Football Club crestYeovil Town have signed experienced Bristol-born defender Gary Warren from Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

The 33-year-old former Caley Jags captain has put pen to paper on a two-year deal at Huish Park having reached a settlement to leave the Scottish Championship outfit a year early.

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REGIONAL FOOTBALL Exeter City's first summer signings

Exeter City Football Club crestCentral defender Aaron Martin is new Exeter City manager Matt Taylor's first summer signing.

Isle of Wight born former Oxford United and Yeovil Town defender Martin, 28, started his pro career at Southampton in 2009 after playing for non-League Eastleigh.

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TORQUAY UNITED get their Yan - Klukowski joins Gulls

Torquay United FC crestWiltshire-born goal scoring midfielder Yan Klukowski has teamed up with Kevin Nicholson’s new-look Torquay United ahead of the new season.

The 30-year-old joins Torquay from York City after helping Gary Mills’ Minstermen win the FA Trophy, beating Macclesfield 3-2 at Wembley last month.

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BRISTOL CITY break record for striker Diédhiou

Bristol City have smashed their transfer record to sign Angers SCO and Senegal striker Famara Diédhiou for £5.3m.

The club has eclipsed its previous transfer record of £3.25m spent on Jonathan Kodjia from the same French Ligue 1 club in 2015.

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